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Question 1

Which of the following is NOT held by deists?

Question 2

Hindus use the term Maya to communicate the idea that everything is an illusion. A Hindu must realize that everything is Maya or they will never be able to reach Nirvana.

Question 3

Atheism is ultimately selfrefuting because:

Question 4

Most religions are exclusive. They believe their way is the only way to truth.

Question 5

The two major sects of Islam are the Sunni and the “____________”

Question 6

The doctrine of the “Trinity” is a doctrine shared by both Islam and Christianity.

Question 7

The Hindu is more concerned with the rituals and rites that they follow, than the gods they worship.

Question 8

In Hinduism, Brahman is an impersonal, monistic (“all is one”) force.

Question 9

Hinduism is considered the oldest manmade religion.

Question 10

The Buddhist seeks to follow the “Middle Way” which keeps a person from the extremes of indulging or punishing the flesh.

Question 11

Once an individual becomes a Muslim, they have assurance that they will be accepted on Judgment Day and be allowed to enter Paradise.

Question 12

The term “Islam” means:

Question 13

Which of the following words best describes Samsara?

Question 14

The Hindu heaven is a physical place called Nirvana.

Question 15

Siddhartha Gautama was born into:

Question 16

Buddhism teaches that suffering is an illusion. Humans only think they suffer because of the attachment they have to this world.

Question 17

All truth is God’s truth.

Question 18

Hinduism was founded by:

Question 19

Having concluded the general truth of monotheism, what is Powell’s “next step” (methodology) for determining which of the three monotheistic faiths is the right one?

Question 20

Christians do not have to consider cultural barriers when presenting the gospel to a Hindu.

Muhammad’s visions would eventually be compiled into Islam’s sacred text, the Qur’an (Koran).

 

Question 1

The path to enlightenment is called the Middle Way because it avoids the extremes of affluence and asceticism.

Question 2

Which of the following views does finite godism hold about God’s relationship to evil?

Question 3

A good approach when witnessing to a Muslim is to look at the number of times Jesus predicted his own death because Muslims do not believe that Jesus actually died on the cross.

Question 4

The Hindu concept of Karma and the Christian concept of sin are identical.

Question 5

Which of the following is NOT compatible with pantheism?

Question 6

Which of the following is NOT held by deists?

Question 7

Buddhism teaches that suffering is an illusion. Humans only think they suffer because of the attachment they have to this world.

Question 8

In Hinduism, Brahman is an impersonal, monistic (“all is one”) force.

Question 9 The God of the Bible, worshipped by Christians, and the God of the Qur’an (Koran), worshipped by Muslims, is the same God.

Question 10

Hinduism is considered the oldest manmade religion.

Question 11

Christians do not have to consider cultural barriers when presenting the gospel to a Hindu.

Question 12

Once an individual becomes a Muslim, they have assurance that they will be accepted on Judgment Day and be allowed to enter Paradise.

Question 13

“Strong” agnosticism is selfrefuting because:

Question 14

Hinduism is a very diverse religion with some unifying beliefs but no specific creed.

Question 15

Cultural relativism is best understood as

Question 16

According to Powell, the reality of a personal, authoritative lawgiver (God) as the source of morality is reasonably indicated through

Question 17 Which of the following would NOT be accurate according to Powell?

Question 18

A summary of the Islamic system of conversion is found in:

Question 19

By showing a subjective relativist how they actually expect to be treated with dignity and respect, rather than have their relativism applied to them in cruel treatment, abuse, or the relativizing of their passions, Powell believes we can:

Question 20

Buddhism started in:

The axiological argument for God’s existence is also the argument from :

 

Question 1 Which of the following is NOT held by deists?

Question 2 The path to enlightenment is called the Middle Way because it avoids the extremes of affluence and asceticism.

Question 3 The earliest of the Hindu scriptures are:

Question 4 All Hindus are polytheists. They believe in many gods.

Question 5 According to Powell, the blind men and the elephant adequately illustrates:

Question 6 “Salvation” in Hinduism is attained by living a life that fulfills your inner most desires.

Question 7 The Buddhist belief in nirvana is essentially the same as the Christian belief in heaven.

Question 8 The vast majority of Hindus live in:

Question 9 The term “Islam” means:

Question 10 The Baha’i recognize the wisdom of Jesus but deny his deity.

Question 11 The Hindu is more concerned with the rituals and rites that they follow, than the gods they worship.

Question 12 Hinduism is considered the oldest man­made religion.

Question 13 Buddhism started in:

Question 14 Muslims do not believe in the virgin birth of Jesus.

Question 15 Which of the following words best describes Samsara?

Question 16 Most religions are exclusive. They believe their way is the only way to truth.

Question 17 Hindus do believe in concrete absolute truth.

Question 18 Buddhism and Hinduism follow the Caste System.

Question 19 Having concluded the general truth of monotheism, what is Powell’s “next step” (methodology) for determining which of the three monotheistic faiths is the right one?

Question 20 In 610 A.D., Muhammad claimed to have received his first revelation from Jesus Christ.

 

Question 1

Hindus do believe in concrete absolute truth.

Question 2

The God of the Bible, worshipped by Christians, and the God of the Qur’an (Koran), worshipped by Muslims, is the same God.

Question 3

The Baha’i view themselves as the unification of all world religions.

Question 4

In polytheism, some of the many gods who exist are eternal, transcendent, noncontingent beings that created the other, finite, gods that exist.

Question 5

The Baha’i religion has no ministers and no prescribed style of worship.

Question 6

The vast majority of Hindus live in:

Question 7

The Hindu is more concerned with the rituals and rites that they follow, than the gods they worship.

Question 8

A summary of the Islamic system of conversion is found in:

Question 9

Hinduism was founded by:

Question 10

The Buddhist seeks to follow the “Middle Way” which keeps a person from the extremes of indulging or punishing the flesh.

Question 11

A good approach when witnessing to a Muslim is to look at the number of times Jesus predicted his own death because Muslims do not believe that Jesus actually died on the cross.

Question 12

Having concluded the general truth of monotheism, what is Powell’s “next step” (methodology) for determining which of the three monotheistic faiths is the right one?

Question 13

Humans create truth through trial and error.

Question 14

The Baha’i recognize the wisdom of Jesus but deny his deity.

Question 15

Muslims believe that the Bible was corrupted by Jews and Christians

Question 16

Islam was founded by:

Question 17

The Dalai Lama represents and leads:

Question 18

In Hinduism, Brahman is an impersonal, monistic (“all is one”) force.

Question 19

Hinduism is first and foremost a philosophical system.

Question 20

In Islam, Jesus is considered to be a prophet but not the Son of God.

 

The concept of God’s absolute holiness is unique to Christianity

An avatar is a reincarnation or manifestation of a god

The path to enlightenment is called the Middle Way because it avoids the extremes of affluence and asceticism

Buddhism and Hinduism follow the Caste System

The word Islam literally means

The founder of Buddhism, Siddhartha Gautama, was a poor peasant boy who was disturbed by the plight of the poor and the apathy of the wealthy

The Baha’i recognize the wisdom of Jesus but deny his deity

Most religions focus on “teachings” but Christianity’s primary focus is on the person and work of Jesus Christ

Some religions may use of the word “grace” but it is redefined to include human effort

In Hinduism, Brahman is an impersonal, monistic (“all is one”) force

Like Christianity, Shintoism teaches a belief in one God (monotheistic).

Hindus use the term Maya to communicate the idea that everything is an illusion. A Hindu must realize that everything is Maya or they will never be able to reach Nirvana.

The most sacred Baha’i book is:

Humans create truth through trial and error

Hinduism is a very diverse religion with some unifying beliefs but no specific creed

The purpose of Yoga to the Hindu is:

The Eightfold Path consists of eight steps/points which are to be achieved in a sequential (one after the other) manner

Hinduism was founded by

Hinduism is considered the oldest man-made religion.

 

Question 1

3 out of 3 points

The Dalai Lama represents and leads:

· Question 2

3 out of 3 points

Hinduism is a very diverse religion with some unifying beliefs but no specific creed.

· Question 3

3 out of 3 points

Islam is an example of a monotheistic religion.

· Question 4

3 out of 3 points

The Hindu concept of Karma and the Christian concept of sin are identical.

· Question 5

3 out of 3 points

The earliest of the Hindu scriptures are:

Question 6

3 out of 3 points

The Baha’i view themselves as the unification of all world religions.

· Question 7

3 out of 3 points

“Salvation” in Hinduism is attained by living a life that fulfills your inner most desires.

· Question 8

3 out of 3 points

Hinduism is first and foremost a philosophical system.

· Question 9

3 out of 3 points

Hinduism was founded by:

· Question 10

3 out of 3 points

Which of the following words best describes Samsara?

· Question 11

3 out of 3 points

The Hindu is more concerned with the rituals and rites that they follow, than the gods they worship.

Question 12

3 out of 3 points

In the Christian Gospel, life has meaning because we know that God loves us.

· Question 13

3 out of 3 points

Some religions may use of the word “grace” but it is redefined to include human effort.

· Question 14

3 out of 3 points

Hindus do believe in concrete absolute truth.

· Question 15

3 out of 3 points

Buddhism started in:

· Question 16

3 out of 3 points

Siddhartha Gautama was born into:

· Question 17

3 out of 3 points

The Hindu heaven is a physical place called Nirvana.

Question 18

3 out of 3 points

A person can tell if a worldview is true by testing it against the three criteria for truth:

· Question 19

3 out of 3 points

The founder of Buddhism, Siddhartha Gautama, was a poor peasant boy who was disturbed by the plight of the poor and the apathy of the wealthy.

· Question 20

3 out of 3 points

Since the “Fall” of humanity (Genesis Chapter 3) mankind has sought to declare independence from God.

 

Question 1

Humans create truth through trial and error.

Question 2

Since the “Fall” of humanity (Genesis Chapter 3) mankind has sought to declare independence from God.

Question 3

The Baha’i religion has no ministers and no prescribed style of worship.

Question 4

Some religions may use of the word “grace” but it is redefined to include human effort.

Question 5

A person can tell if a worldview is true by testing it against the three criteria for truth:

Question 6

Buddha claimed to have a special relationship with God.

Question 7

The Baha’i recognize the wisdom of Jesus but deny his deity.

Question 8

The most sacred Baha’i book is:

Question 9

The title “Buddha” literally means:

Question 10

Christians do not have to consider cultural barriers when presenting the gospel to a Hindu.

Question 11

The purpose of Yoga to the Hindu is:

Question 12

Hinduism is considered the oldest man-made religion.

Question 13

Hinduism is a very diverse religion with some unifying beliefs but no specific creed.

Question 14

Most religions focus on “teachings” but Christianity’s primary focus is on the person and work of Jesus Christ.

Question 15

The Buddhist seeks to follow the “Middle Way” which keeps a person from the extremes of indulging or punishing the flesh.

Question 16

In the Christian Gospel, life has meaning because we know that God loves us.

Question 17

The earliest of the Hindu scriptures are:

Question 18

Buddhism was once a sect of, and eventually a split from:

Question 19

The vast majority of Hindus live in:

Question 20

Most religions are exclusive. They believe their way is the only way to truth.

 

In Hinduism, Brahman is an impersonal, monistic (“all is one”) force

Hinduism is first and foremost a philosophical system

Since the “Fall” of humanity (Genesis Chapter 3) mankind has sought to declare independence from God

The most sacred Baha’i book is

In the Christian Gospel, life has meaning because we know that God loves us

The purpose of Yoga to the Hindu is

The Dalai Lama represents and leads

The founder of Buddhism, Siddhartha Gautama, was a poor peasant boy who was disturbed by the plight of the poor and the apathy of the wealthy

Which of the following words best describes Samsara

An avatar is a reincarnation or manifestation of a god

The Hindu concept of Karma and the Christian concept of sin are identical

The Baha’i view themselves as the unification of all world religions

The Hindu is more concerned with the rituals and rites that they follow, than the gods they worship

The Buddhist seeks to follow the “Middle Way” which keeps a person from the extremes of indulging or punishing the flesh

Buddha claimed to have a special relationship with God

The vast majority of Hindus live in

The Hindu heaven is a physical place called Nirvana

A person can tell if a worldview is true by testing it against the three criteria for truth

The concept of God’s absolute holiness is unique to Christianity

Buddhism started in

 

The Baha’i view themselves as the unification of all world religions

The title “Buddha” literally means

Since the “Fall” of humanity (Genesis Chapter 3) mankind has sought to declare independence from God

The purpose of Yoga to the Hindu is

Hindus do believe in concrete absolute truth

An avatar is a reincarnation or manifestation of a god

The founder of Buddhism, Siddhartha Gautama, was a poor peasant boy who was disturbed by the plight of the poor and the apathy of the wealthy

The Hindu concept of Karma and the Christian concept of sin are identical

The vast majority of Hindus live in

Hinduism is a very diverse religion with some unifying beliefs but no specific creed

The Buddhist belief in nirvana is essentially the same as the Christian belief in heaven

Which of the following words best describes Samsara

The Hindu is more concerned with the rituals and rites that they follow, than the gods they worship

In Hinduism, Brahman is an impersonal, monistic (“all is one”) force

“Salvation” in Hinduism is attained by living a life that fulfills your inner most desires

The word Islam literally means

The most sacred Baha’i book is

Siddhartha Gautama was born into:

The Buddhist does believe in a personal God so this is a good place to start when sharing Jesus with them

Most religions focus on “teachings” but Christianity’s primary focus is on the person and work of Jesus Christ

 

Question 1

3 out of 3 points

The Dalai Lama represents and leads:

· Question 2

3 out of 3 points

Hinduism is a very diverse religion with some unifying beliefs but no specific creed.

· Question 3

3 out of 3 points

Islam is an example of a monotheistic religion.

· Question 4

3 out of 3 points

The Hindu concept of Karma and the Christian concept of sin are identical.

· Question 5

3 out of 3 points

The earliest of the Hindu scriptures are:

Question 6

3 out of 3 points

The Baha’i view themselves as the unification of all world religions.

· Question 7

3 out of 3 points

“Salvation” in Hinduism is attained by living a life that fulfills your inner most desires.

· Question 8

3 out of 3 points

Hinduism is first and foremost a philosophical system.

· Question 9

3 out of 3 points

Hinduism was founded by:

· Question 10

3 out of 3 points

Which of the following words best describes Samsara?

· Question 11

3 out of 3 points

The Hindu is more concerned with the rituals and rites that they follow, than the gods they worship.

Question 12

3 out of 3 points

In the Christian Gospel, life has meaning because we know that God loves us.

· Question 13

3 out of 3 points

Some religions may use of the word “grace” but it is redefined to include human effort.

· Question 14

3 out of 3 points

Hindus do believe in concrete absolute truth.

· Question 15

3 out of 3 points

Buddhism started in:

· Question 16

3 out of 3 points

Siddhartha Gautama was born into:

· Question 17

3 out of 3 points

The Hindu heaven is a physical place called Nirvana.

Question 18

3 out of 3 points

A person can tell if a worldview is true by testing it against the three criteria for truth:

Answer

· Question 19

3 out of 3 points

The founder of Buddhism, Siddhartha Gautama, was a poor peasant boy who was disturbed by the plight of the poor and the apathy of the wealthy.

· Question 20

3 out of 3 points

Since the “Fall” of humanity (Genesis Chapter 3) mankind has sought to declare independence from God.

 

Some religions may use of the word “grace” but it is redefined to include human effort

The path to enlightenment is called the Middle Way because it avoids the extremes of affluence and asceticism.

The Buddhist belief in nirvana is essentially the same as the Christian belief in heaven

Hindus do believe in concrete absolute truth.

Like Christianity, Shintoism teaches a belief in one God (monotheistic).

Islam is an example of a monotheistic religion

The Hindu is more concerned with the rituals and rites that they follow, than the gods they worship.

The purpose of Yoga to the Hindu is:

In the Christian Gospel, life has meaning because we know that God loves us

The Dalai Lama represents and leads

Buddhism was once a sect of, and eventually a split from

The founder of Buddhism, Siddhartha Gautama, was a poor peasant boy who was disturbed by the plight of the poor and the apathy of the wealthy

The most sacred Baha’i book is:

The earliest of the Hindu scriptures are:

A person can tell if a worldview is true by testing it against the three criteria for truth:

The word Islam literally means:

Buddhism started in:

The Hindu concept of Karma and the Christian concept of sin are identical.

In Hinduism, Brahman is an impersonal, monistic (“all is one”) force.

An avatar is a reincarnation or manifestation of a god.

 

Humans create truth through trial and error

Since the “Fall” of humanity (Genesis Chapter 3) mankind has sought to declare independence from God.

The Baha’i religion has no ministers and no prescribed style of worship

Buddha claimed to have a special relationship with God.

The Baha’i recognize the wisdom of Jesus but deny his deity

The title “Buddha” literally means

Christians do not have to consider cultural barriers when presenting the gospel to a Hindu

Hinduism is considered the oldest man-made religion

Hinduism is a very diverse religion with some unifying beliefs but no specific creed.

Most religions focus on “teachings” but Christianity’s primary focus is on the person and work of Jesus Christ.

The Buddhist seeks to follow the “Middle Way” which keeps a person from the extremes of indulging or punishing the flesh.

The vast majority of Hindus live in

Most religions are exclusive. They believe their way is the only way to truth

 

The Hindu heaven is a physical placed called Nirvana

The Eightfold Path consists of eight steps/points whichh are to be achieved in a sequential (one after the other) manner.

All Hindus are polytheists. They believe in many gods.

"Salvation" in Hinduism is attained by living a life that fulfills your inner most desires

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